Feb. 27, 2017

Dr. Eric Mazur – Moving from Paper to Digital

This podcast was produced in partnership with Cisco Education

Dr. Eric Mazur is the Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics and Area Dean for Applied Physics at Harvard University. He joins Alan to discuss his classrooms evolution of learning from paper to digital.

Join us at BLC18 to share strategies to teach critical thinking on the web and many other leading edge topics. BLC18 is Massive fun for the brain and heart.
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3 Responses to "Dr. Eric Mazur – Moving from Paper to Digital"

  • Olivera novitovic says:

    The science of learning and examples of innovative teaching is focus for professional development. Thanks a lot of for Professor Eric Mazur.

  • Olivera Novitovic says:

    Dr. Eric Mazur – Moving from Paper to Digital
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    This podcast was produced in partnership with Cisco Education

    Dr. Eric Mazur is the Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics and Area Dean for Applied Physics at Harvard University. He joins Alan to discuss his classrooms evolution of learning from paper to digital.

    Join us at BLC18 to share strategies to teach critical thinking on the web and many other leading edge topics. BLC18 is Massive fun for the brain and heart.
    Education Conference 2018
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    Olivera novitovic says:
    Feb 12, 2018 at 11:11 am
    The science of learning and examples of innovative teaching is focus for professional development. Thanks a lot of for Professor Eric Mazur.

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    Thanks to Professor EricMazur, first of all, because of messages, understanding over memorization, algorithmic thinking mechanism, step by step. tips, recommendations, procedures, everything is simple, applicable, if understood. It’s important for the brain and for the heart.

    • Olivera Novitovic says:

      Examples to illustrate how technology is revolutionizing learning, process of learning, critical thinking , problem solving, practical skills, is professional models for around the world is topics , for PhD Eric Mazur. Best regards from Serbia.

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